The company announced that X will soon move the ability to stream live behind its premium paywall subscription system. The change will make X the only major social platform to charge for the feature, which is currently available for free on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitch, and TikTok.

“Starting soon, only premium subscribers will be able to stream (create a live video stream) on X,” the company said He said. “This includes live streaming from an encoder with X’s integration,” he said, clearly referring to the X’s Game flow Capabilities.

X did not provide an explanation for the change. The company used additional features, such as editing posts, Long writing, and ad-free feeds to attract users to its paid subscriptions, but has not typically moved existing, widely available features behind its paywall. X Premium subscriptions start at $3 per month for the “Basic” tier, rising to $8 per month for Premium and $16 per month for Premium+.

However, there are other signs that the Elon Musk-owned platform wants to charge for other simple features. Company foot $1 annual fee for new accounts with publishing privileges in New Zealand and the Philippines. Although the company still describes the scheme as a test, Musk did so Proposal He wants to expand fees to all new users.

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